'Retired' Raglan man Waikato's Volunteer of the Year

Although nominally retired, the Raglan resident works tirelessly in his community as a volunteer.

A member of the Raglan Volunteer Fire Service, Lions Club, Residents and Ratepayers Association and Community Board; he's also part of the town's Civil Defence committee and a Community Vehicle Trust driver.

Selfless seems an understatement - but now, he's finally been given official recognition.

The 63-year-old was awarded Volunteering Waikato's Volunteer of the Year in front of 250 people in Hamilton last night.

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